This series of blog posts will showcase a potential setup in using DevOps principles and patterns with Visual Studio Team Services.
In DevOps the Three Ways are at the foundation for all DevOps principles.
Using these principles, DevOps enables companies to deliver software in a faster and cheaper way than traditional IT processes.
By combining people from multiple departments like Product Management, Development, Operations, QA and Information Security into a single process, DevOps helps in pursuing company goals instead of 'silo' goals.
'The DevOps Handbook' summarizes the Three Ways:
DevOps is being used in more companies each year and VSTS is an awesome tool to support teams in using a DevOps approach to software development.
These blog posts will not go too deeply into the team-collaboration aspect of DevOps but more into the technical setup of using DevOps with VSTS.
There are already a ton of great recources on DevOps that also describe the team-collaboration aspect, I highly recommend reading 'The Phoenix Project' and 'The DevOps Handbook'.
These blog posts will focus on how we can use VSTS to support the Three Ways.